BEST WESTERN PLUS Yosemite Way Station Motel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of squirrels (which was exciting for me as I've never seen them before). I am on constant lookout for bears! I really want to see one, just from far away. After that we headed to the Yosemite valley and got a shuttle to the bottom of the Vernal falls track. We walked up to the top of the falls in a round trip of about 3 and a half hours. It was hard work but what an amazing view! It was beautiful up the top, we had views of both ...
... the mountains. We were told that vehicles had to be 35 ft or less to camp here. We are 33 ft., so we thought no problem. Well most of the sites are small and full of rocks, meant for tent camping. John did an excellent job driving through the park in very tight situations. You can see where a lot of the trees are damaged from people hitting them. We finally found a park ranger who told us to try another loop and he gave us some ...
... the park. The surrounding mountains were illuminated a fiery red in the late afternoon sunshine and we spent time sharing stories with an Irish couple who were doing the same route as ours but in reverse. Pizza on the terrace finished our evening off perfectly, and we were ready for an early night, ready to be lulled to sleep by the sounds of Yosemite, ready for another day of incredible sights.
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... to make appropriate arrangements. Well, we had to wait 6 hours for a tow truck and only to be told, that we had to go back to Fresno which was the nearest Ford Garage (80 miles back from the way we came) and that our replacement RV wouldn't be ready until lunchtime the following day! Also, the tow truck only had one passenger seat so Lily, J and I had to wedge ourselves onto a bed in the back of the cabin....well, it was either that or wait ...
... our camera doesn't catch them. The only downside of the meadows is that they have no trees to take the lightning strikes so James TR keen for us to be across the meadow before the 40% predicted lightning came. As a contingency we elected Geoff, the tallest in our group, as our lightning conductor- his wife Margaret put up a plea for 33 years of happy times as a reason to spare her husband but we argued the 'team good' was paramount. Thankfully ...